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07 October 2010 @ 05:40 pm
Break Plans - The Big Stuff  
Among the many, many plans I have for my almost four months long break from uni, probably the biggest involves doing another juice feast. I did one last year, with mixed results, but liked it enough to give it another go this year. I'm trying to go the whole distance, 92 days, but I'll remain open to see how things turn out. I don't exactly know how many days I did last year, I think it was around 4 - 6 weeks or so. Not that it matters. What matters is that it's only Day 2 of this years feast, and I'm feeling pretty good already :-)

I'm not sure yet in which manner I'm going to chronicle my juice feasting experience. Last year I used a separate livejournal, but I might do something else this year. For the moment, I'm using the forms provided on the juice feasting website, but I'm thinking of also writing a more detailed journal, perhaps even recording some videos and taking pictures (if I dare).

Another biggish project I started tackling is a sort of belated 'spring' cleaning and general organizing/sorting of stuff. There are several big boxes standing around, most of them filled with books and papers that I need to go through. I don't have the heart to throw out books, but I might donate or sell some that I really don't need any more. There is other stuff to be gotten rid of as well - some old kitchen appliances, a broken VCR, an ancient and broken laptop...
 
 
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likesthequietlikesthequiet on October 8th, 2010 08:44 am (UTC)
Hmmm...my first (and so far, only) reaction on seeing the Juice Feast website was "This looks like a self-help scam" and lo-and-behold, there's links at the bottom to sign up and pay them money.

If I want blender juice recipes I'll use google/bing. :P
Illman: Bones - Brennan wtfillman on October 8th, 2010 10:26 am (UTC)
Scam or not, I wouldn't know as I didn't sign up for the paid membership last year and I don't think I'll do so this year either ;-) There is enough free content on the website that tells you what to do and I found the majority of their suggestions helpful during my last juice feast. But to each their own...:-)